My Earthquake Alerts Pro

My Earthquake Alerts Pro

By JRustonApps B.V.

  • Category: Weather
  • Release Date: 2015-04-04
  • Current Version: 2.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.99 MB
  • Developer: JRustonApps B.V.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,026 Ratings


My Earthquake Alerts Pro is a powerful earthquake information app which delivers all of the information you need, with push notifications included, all free of charge. It also includes a beautifully simple design optimized for the latest iPhone and iPad. FEATURES - Live earthquake information from all around the world. - Free earthquake alerts customized for you, with no restrictions. - Powerful search feature to find earthquakes dating back to 1970! - Beautiful & simple design, view earthquakes on a map and in a list. - Find the exact location of earthquakes, the depth and the distance away from you. - No ads! - Apple Watch support! It is similar to apps such as Quakes, MyQuake and QuakeFeed.



  • Often faster than others

    By Starcatcher1
    I have been using this app for several weeks now. Often I seem to get notifications quicker than others. But there are few more things I would love to see...1) what is the Dara source? 2)wish I could see the depth on the “Table” and not have to click in 3) would love to be able to access archived info instead of just 24 hours. Otherwise, good app!
  • Not pleased with it.

    By savannah george11
    I find this app confusing. Setting only show entire states that have quakes. I’m only interested in California. Not happy at all.
  • Interface is terrible

    By ael18
    This app ( after trying this for a couple of weeks) has an interface which is almost unusable. There is no way to locate earthquakes near you. All it does is present lots of data. Overall, pretty useless. [Developer responded helpfully.] I appreciate the responsiveness of the developer. The UI needs a major revamp. When you think about it, most want easy access to the close earthquakes, then for the curious, the most recent or the biggest ones. None of this is easily or intuitively available. The data is there, just not presented well. The good news is that much could he improved with a modest change in design.
  • Puzzled

    By problemchild 19642012
    It’s showing my location is Glendale that is not my location. My location is foothill BLVD in van nuys calif. please fix I wonderd my app wasn’t going off. Like it use to. Must fix the location.
  • My location wrong

    By CelticCrone
    Showing all over the place I want my proper location
  • Good Enough but I wish it had a little more

    By pnppl100
    Overall the app is nice looking and easy to use. I wish they had a map overlay that shows the fault lines. When I see an earthquake on the map, I wish I could show the fault lines and determine which fault that quake was closest to.
  • Not what I expected from a paid app

    By Not typically me
    This app is very limited in what it does, definitely not what I expected from a paid app. Huge disappointment after I downloaded it and wish I could return my purchase. It seems there are apps available for free that have many more features. I’d like to choose an area on the map such as a particular region of the United States (west coast) to see the activity, this app doesn’t have that feature. I won’t be keeping it on my phone👎
  • Best earthquake app

    By Darknseriousbro
    After the recent shaking in California, I wanted an app to keep track of what was going on. I checked out many apps and was unhappy for different reasons including ads. I love this app and would highly recommend it.
  • Confusing

    By Rizia5
  • Good app and developer response!

    By clemency_fane
    Edited to five stars - I had a little trouble with notifications, sent a problem report and a day later my notifications popped up and seem current. Appreciate the response! Otherwise I enjoy this app. It’s nicely laid out and easy to find information. I also like being able to change notification sounds so I can have something quieter at work but not silence it completely. I already recommended it to a colleague. The only feature I might add, if it’s not too difficult, would be ability to send feedback to USGS for a quake. Well done, thanks to the developer!